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Make: Young Maker's Super Bundle - Print

Perfect for the elementary and middle school-aged Maker, these toys, games, crafts, science, and electronics builds promote the essentials of STEAM learning while students have a great time creating items that they can really use.

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4 Great Books at One Great Price for the Holidays! Rainy days, snow days, Saturdays, after school—solved! With the fully illustrated hands-on projects in this book set, kids and parents alike will learn how fun making can be, with creative skill-builders and easy to follow projects included, what will you Make?

Make: Easy 1+2+3 Projects - Drawn from the pages of Make: magazine, these projects are simple to complete and very kid-friendly. Perfect for the elementary and middle school-aged Maker, these toys, games, crafts, science, and electronics builds promote the essentials of STEAM learning while students have a great time creating items that they can really use.

Make: Tech DIY - Meet the magic of electronics through the softer side of circuits! With this book, young Makers will learn about electronics through sewing and craft projects aimed at parents and their children, elementary school teachers, and kids’ activity leaders. Each project introduces new skills and components in a progressive series of STEM and STEAM projects that take learners from the very basics to understanding how to use components such as sensors, transistors, and timers.

Make: Woodworking for Young Makers - This is the perfect guide for young people who want to do woodworking at home, at school, or at a local makerspace. It teaches fundamental skills and unlocks creativity. No prior experience or knowledge of tools is required. Everything you need to know is explained in the text and cartoons.

Make: Electricity for Young Makers - Lavishly illustrated with cartoons and drawings, this book guides the reader through six hands-on projects using electricity. The projects in this book illuminate such concepts as electric circuits, electromagnetism, electroluminescence, the Lorentz force and more. You'll be amazed by the results you get with a handful of simple materials.